Geboren 1971 in Frankfurt am Main, absolvierte er sein Schauspielstudium an der Otto-Falckenberg-Schule in München. 1996 trat Robert Dölle sein erstes Festengagement an den Münchner Kammerspielen an, wo er in Inszenierungen u. a. von Dieter Dorn und Peter Zadek zu erleben war. 1999 wechselte er ans Schauspiel Frankfurt, arbeitete da unter anderen mit Amélie Niermeyer, Jens-Daniel Herzog und Hans Falar. 2001 kehrte er an die Münchner Kammerspiele zurück, wo er mit Regisseur*innen wie Jossi Wieler, Johan Simons und Karin Beier zusammenkam. Von 2009 bis 2019 war Robert Dölle am Schauspiel Köln engagiert und dort in Inszenierungen von Karin Beier, Stefan Bachmann, Alvis Hermanis, Christina Paulhofer, Rafael Sanchez, Sebastian Nübling, Nicolas Steman, Therese Willstedt, Roger Vontobel u. A. zu sehen. Seit 2002 ist Dölle auch vermehrt in Film und Fernsehen zu erleben. Zuletzt sah man ihn im Kino in «Mackie Messer – Brechts Dreigroschenfilm» von Joachim Lang.

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In her trilogy Judith Herzberg uses subtle humour and a delicate hand to portray a Jewish extended family from Amsterdam between the 1970s and the turn of the millennium. It is a chronicle of emotions and complex relationships. In a cycle that spans three generations there are marriages, children are conceived, couples separate, fall in love with someone new – and get married again. To outsiders, members of the family and their friends appear to lead the same everyday lives as their contemporaries and when they meet at weddings or funerals, they talk, dance, fall in love and argue. But, quite casually and suddenly, glimpses of wounded souls appear behind this cheerful façade.

Die Träume der Abwesenden (Absent dreams)

Elisabeth Gärtner, a retired architect, has only one more wish: she wants to die. Her beloved husband died of cancer three years ago and without him life has no meaning for her any more. A drug that would allow her to die of her own volition has been refused her. Now the Ethics Council must make a decision on her case. Expert witnesses from the fields of law, medicine and theology argue over the question:  Does a human being have a right to determine their own death? Are doctors allowed to help someone commit suicide? And who do our lives actually belong to? To us? To the state? Or to God?

Gott (God)
Residenztheater, 18.30 o'clock
Sun 24 Jul

Hamsun’s trilogy tells the story of a man who feels he has been overlooked by the elites that set the tone and cheated of social recognition. The philosopher Ivar Kareno evolves from a 30-year-old radical and anti-liberal writer on the fringes of poverty into a 40-year-old private tutor to the two sons of a businessman in a distant coastal region. Here Kareno sits brooding in his writing tower, while an infectious fever descends on people, arriving from the North, the businessman Otermann is driven mad by his wealth and a strange man wanders between the houses, rumoured to be justice. Ten years later, the 50-year-old Kareno is still hoping for a major turning point in his life. And he will indeed reach a milestone where he must decide whether he will remain true to the radical ideas of his youth or to pursue a career that is more measured politically.   

Spiel des Lebens (The game of life)
Residenztheater, 18.00 o'clock
Sat 16 Jul
Residenztheater, 19.00 o'clock
Wed 27 Jul

Der 1974im Gebiet Luhansk geborene ukrainische Autor Serhij Zhadan hat mit seinem Roman «Internat» 2014 auf beklemmende Weise über den Krieg im Donbass erzählt. Dabei schickt er seinen Helden auf eine dreitägige Reise durch die Hölle.

Resi liest live: Internat

The Italian writer Davide Enia is invited to a literary festival in Munich by his German colleague Albert Ostermaier – who suggests that he bring with him a text about the situation of the refugees in Southern Italy. For the Sicilian Enia, this is a pretext to travel to the island of Lampedusa, which he knows only as a holidaymaker. By October 2013 at the latest, when a shipwreck nearby caused hundreds of people to lose their lives, the island had become a shocking symbol of the European Union’s inability to prevent refugees dying in the Mediterranean Sea.

Finsternis (THE ABYSS)